This is when an inlay or onlay might be used, reinforcing a weak tooth.
Inlays and onlays can sometimes be confused with a filling. They play the same role as a filling but are less resistant to cracking and can be used to treat larger cavities. Onlays are a stronger version of an inlay, used to repair a tooth’s chewing surface.
We will take an impression of the tooth in question and the dental lab will use this to create your porcelain or resin inlay or onlay. Both materials are tooth-like in tone and shade. The decayed matter within your tooth will be removed and we can place your inlay or onlay once it arrives back here at the practice.
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